August 02, 2012 5:00am EST
The actor claimed he was teaming up with the Oscar winner for a new project, saying, "(It's) a love story we are working on... It’s a secret... We are doing a film with Natalie Portman."
However, he quickly backtracked on his remarks after Portman's management team allegedly denied a film was in the pipeline - and Khan insists he was trying to deflect interest in his romance with actress Kareena Kapoor.
He says, "It was a joke, I am sorry. It's just that I am very annoyed with speculations on all aspects of my life. If this goes on, I might just start making up stories like these to entertain myself. Hope people will understand that."
July 26, 2012 9:19am EST
Cloud Atlas had a bumpy road to realization. Even with a signed cast that included Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugh Grant, Hugo Weaving, Ben Whishaw, and Jim Broadbent, and a trio of visionary directors — Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run) teaming with Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski (The Matrix) — no one wanted to invest in the epic project, budgeted upwards of $100 million. What was the deal?
Viewing the trailer for the film (yes, the unimaginable team of talent eventually found the money!) sums up why potential backers may have been wary. Cloud Atlas looks like nothing we've seen before, the sweeping, six-minute spot bouncing back and forth between time periods without taking a breath. Based on the book by author David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas interlocks six stories that take place in various spans of human history: 1850, 1931, 1975, present day…and beyond. The actors in the film portray different characters in each segment, each one a reincarnation of their predecessor. The ambitious undertaking looks as grand as its themes of universal interconnectivity — Cloud Atlas may be the only movie that will ever figure out how to include 19th century ships, nuclear power plants, clones, and post-apocalyptic refugees into one movie.
Cloud Atlas almost didn't happen, the end goal seeming too impossible to pull off. Judging from the trailer, the gamble on Tykwer and the Wachowskis may have been worth it. We'll find out when the Cloud Atlas challenges our eyes and minds in theaters on October 26, 2012.
Head to Apple for the official trailer and an introduction from Tykwer and the Wachowskis on their approach to the innovative film.
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July 15, 2012 8:33am EST
Apparently not even two of the greatest rock n' roll legends are allowed to break curfew. At least, not on London's watch. On Saturday night concert organizers at London's Hyde Park did the unthinkable when they pulled the plugs on Sir Paul McCartney and Lorde Bruce Springsteen's mics. I repeat, someone silenced Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen, thus severing any and all international goodwill forever.
Springsteen had already gone a half hour over the 10:30 PM curfew by the time he invited McCartney on stage to perform some of his classics such as "I Saw Her Standing There" and "Twist and Shout," the Associated Press reports. Springsteen and McCartney's microphones were cut before they got the chance to thank the crowd, making them leave the stage in silence.
A statement from Live Nation said they silenced them "right at the very end" and it was done "in the interest of the public's health and safety" for the crowd of 80,000. Because if there's any two people that are going to start trouble, it's... Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen?
The decision to cut off a Beatle and The Boss became a hot topic on the Twitterverse on Saturday. The Office co-creator Stephen Merchant tweeted in response to the incident, "Ashamed to be British right now. Springsteen and McCartney playing Twist & Shout in Hyde Park and council pulled the plug cos of curfew. WTF." The funny man then added, "If tomorrow Paul Simon brings Chevy Chase on during 'You Can Call Me Al' and the same thing happens, I'm leaving the country."
Springsteen's E-Street bandmate Steven Van Zandt was also understandably miffed and took to his Twitter to express his frustration. "Is there just too much fun in the world? We would have been off by 11 if we'd done one more. On a Saturday night! Who were we disturbing?" Van Zandt wrote, adding, "English cops may be the only individuals left on earth that wouldn't want to hear one more from Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney!...I'm sorry but I have to be honest I'm pissed. Like I said, it didn't ruin the great night. But when I'm jamming with McCartney don't bug me!...There's no grudges to be held. Just feel bad for our great fans. Hard Rock is cool. Live Nation is cool. It's some City Council stupid rule."
According to the AP, even London's Mayor Boris Johnson agreed, telling a London radio station, "It sounds to me like an excessively efficacious decision," he told London radio. "You won't get that during the Olympics. If they'd have called me, my answer would have been for them to jam in the name of the Lord!" Rock on, Boris.
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July 12, 2012 5:00am EST
Censors at the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) have received 120 complaints since the horror's release in February (12) - an amount they insist is unusually high.
Bosses will divulge full details about the complaints next year (13) when the BBFC's annual report is released, but it is believed the majority of objections centered on the fact the film, starring Radcliffe as a young lawyer in a haunted village, is too frightening for young viewers.
Earlier this year (12), the BBFC ordered studio heads to shave six seconds of "strong violence" and "horror" from the final edit before agreeing to stamp The Woman In Black with the less-restrictive 12A age rating, thereby allowing younger audiences to see the film.
The most moaned about movie in Britain last year (11) was Natalie Portman's ballet thriller Black Swan, which generated 40 complaints.
July 06, 2012 5:00am EST
Oscar winner Natalie Portman has reenacted Anita Ekberg's iconic scene in La Dolce Vita for a new perfume ad. The actress dons a black dress to frolick in the fountain at Paris' Jardins du Palais Royal for the new Miss Dior fragrance campaign.
July 03, 2012 7:15am EST
Actress Natalie Portman and her fiance Benjamin Millepied are to wed in California this summer (12).
News of the couple's engagement emerged in 2010 and the pair sparked rumours of a secret marriage in February this year (12) when they were spotted wearing bands on their ring fingers at the Academy Awards in Los Angeles.
However, sources tell U.S. magazine In Touch Weekly that Portman and Millepied are planning a low-key ceremony on the Californian coast on 05 August (12).
The source says, "Natalie and Ben will marry in Big Sur. It's one of Natalie's favorite places - whenever she needs a break from LA, she comes here to escape."
Another source tells the publication, "This wedding is for their closest friends and family. It will be a very relaxed affair. They're not sending out invites. Natalie may not even buy a new dress!"
June 22, 2012 1:55pm EST
Blake Lively has already proven to the world that she knows how to look good, but now she's about to show the world that she knows how to smell good as well. E! Online reports that the widely known Gossip Girl star (and fashionista extraordinaire) has just been named the new face of Gucci's fragrance Gucci Première.
“In conceiving this fragrance I was inspired by timeless Hollywood glamour and the iconic leading ladies of Hollywood’s golden era,” Gucci creative director Frida Giannini said in a statement. “Blake’s unique style and charisma brings that allure to life in a very contemporary way." And for her part, the 24-year-old actress is more than happy to be a member of the Gucci brand. "I admire the qualities of the Gucci Première woman and feel honored to represent the fragrance," Lively said in a statement. "It is a pleasure to collaborate with Frida."
But Blake Lively isn't the only one whose shown a grown interest in the fragrance arena. Countless Hollywood stars have dabbled in the perfume pool and even gone on to create unique scents of their own. So in honor of Lively latest business venture, here's a look at 25 other celebrity fragrance ads from years past. Check out your favorites below and see what your favorite celebrity scent says about you!
1. Jennifer Lopez
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Glowing by Jennifer Lopez
What The Name Sounds Like: The name of Snooki's old tanning salon (which is gradually going out of business now that she's with child).
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: The color orange and suntan lotion.
What It Actually Smells Like: Bright citrus fruits and warm, soothing vanilla musk.
Perfect Consumer: You suffer from a mild obsession with tanning (though you're not as bad as the Tanning Mom lady). You love being the center of attention and your favorite reality show is Jersey Shore.
2. Justin Bieber
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Someday by Justin Bieber
What The Name Sounds Like: A point of reference to when the world will be rid of Bieber Fever. I mean, he can't live forever, right? Right?!
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Hair gel and skittles
What It Actually Smells Like: Mandarin orange, pear, and red berries with a musky undertone.
Perfect Consumer: Beliebers (aka obsessive teenage girls and their mothers). They'll buy just about anything this guy makes/touches.
Next: Are you a Berry fragrance?3. Halle Berry
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Halle by Halle Berry
What The Name Sounds Like: The first name of the person who made it. I guess "Berry" was already taken.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Originality (please note the sarcasm).
What It Actually Smells Like: Amalfi Lemon, papaya, and cactus.
Perfect Consumers: This would be well suited for those who like to play things safe. Your AIM screen name is probably just your first and last name, and your favorite TV show is probably either Louie or Frasier — shows where the title is simply an extension of the main character's name.
4. Charlize Theron
Fragrance Name/Celeb: J'Adore Dior by Charlize Theron
What The Name Sounds Like: An elegant French perfume that costs more than I pay in a month's rent (which is saying something since I live in New York City).
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Butter, chocolate, and a hint of judgement.
What It Actually Smells Like: Rose petals, jasmine, and Tahitian vanilla absolute.
Perfect Consumer: If your a big fan of The Artist, then this is the fragrance for you. It's Uggie approved!
Fragance Name/Celeb: Heat by Beyoncé
What The Name Sounds Like: A swanky nightclub in NYC. In order to be invited in, your name has to have appeared in Page Six at least four times.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Fire and sweat...which is ironic since perfume usually gets rid of such unwanted scents.
What It Actually Smells Like: Vanilla-orchid, magnolia, and honeysuckle.
Perfect Consumers: Like Beyonce, your fiercely passionate about anything you put your mind to. You want (and feel that you deserve) the best of the best, and own a level of confidence that others constantly admire. You were probably the head cheerleader in high school.
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Reb'l Fleur by Rihanna
What The Name Sounds Like: A name one might read about in Harry Potter.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: A high-priced bakery store full of vanilla frosting and cinnamon extract.
What It Actually Smells Like: Violet and hibiscus with a splash of coconut water.
Perfect Consumer: You're a morning person who loves to expect the unexpected. Carpe Diem is your main motto and you're not afraid to take risks (even in the fashion department). You're highly creative, comfortable in your own skin, and tend to live in your own fantasy realm. You're not afraid to dream big.
7. Taylor Swift
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Wonderstruck by Taylor Swift
What The Name Sounds Like: The sensation one feels when they're falling in love (or meeting your huge celebrity crush).
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Complete and absolute innocence (probably something along the lines of daisies and cotton candy).
What It Actually Smells Like: Raspberry, dewberry, green tea, freesia, and apple blossom.
Perfect Consumer: You love being in love and you're not afraid to express it even in the most obvious way possible. You wear your heart on your sleeve and are easy to like, but that also means you're more prone to getting hurt. You may even write poems or songs about your past relationships.
Next: Are you a Lady Marmalade?8. Christina Aguilera
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Royal Desire by Christina Aguilera
What The Name Sounds Like: The name of an overpriced hotel in London. A Buckingham Palace wanna be, if you will.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Tea and crumpets.
What It Actually Smells Like: White marshmallow, blackberry, and mandarin.
Perfect Consumer: You'd prefer people to believe you have more money than you actually do. Societal status is very important to you. You watch all the Real Housewives shows and love to gossip. You also don't like getting hugged by 18-year-old teen idols who drive Batmobiles.
9. Reese Witherspoon
Fragrance Name/Celeb: In Bloom by Reese Witherspoon
What The Name Sounds Like: Some sort of delicate flower.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Very floral like a garden or the equivalent to freshly mowed grass.
What It Actually Smells Like: Georgia peach, crisp greens, star gardenia, cashmere woods, and night-blooming jasmine.
Perfect Consumer: You posses a sweet, Southern charm and are friendly to almost everyone around you. Family is very important to you and you love being in the great outdoors. Your enjoy watching things like Sweet Home Alabama and Hart of Dixie.
10. Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian Odom
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Unbreakable by Lamar and Khloe
What The Name Sounds Like: Something that can withstand the test of time — unlike a 72-day-old marriage.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: This will probably some sort of expensive citrus-y scent, but it will have the side effects of a skunk: overwhelmingly potent and refuses to go away.
What It Actually Smells Like: Italian bergamot, sparkling clementine, dark chocolate, and green apple.
Perfect Consumer: You're the type of person who thrives in the spotlight and have been taking tap dancing lessons since the age of four. You are totally comfortable with make huge public displays of affection with your significant other and like to flaunt your relationship by doing almost everything together. Your single friends hate you.
11. Mariah Carey
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Lollipop Bling by Mariah Carey
What The Name Sounds Like: A location on the Candyland game board. Isn't that where Queen Frostine and Lord Licorice went to makeout?
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: I'm going to go out on a whim here and say lollipops, along with sugar, and spice and everything nice.
What It Actually Smells Like: Mango and apricot smoothie with notes of orange Skittles and musk.
Perfect Consumer: You love living in the past and enjoy playing old childhood boardgames like Guess Who, Monopoly, and yes, Candyland. You have a sweet tooth and have a habit of drinking one too many Red Bull. You are not a diabetic.
12. Britney Spears
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Cosmic Radiance by Britney Spears
What The Name Sounds Like: The name of the very first strip club we will place on the moon.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Nothing. There's no air in outer space, remember?
What It Actually Smells Like: A red bouquet with amber, vanilla, and creamy sandalwood undertones.
Perfect Consumer: You're way of thinking (and hairstyles) may be a little out of this world, but your looney unpredictability is one of the things people love most about you. You try to hide it, but you actually care a lot about what other people think. And while you're not under a Conservatorship of any kind, your parents' opinions mean the world to you (maybe to an almost unhealthy level).
Next: Are you a Material Girl?13. Madonna
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Truth or Dare by Madonna
What The Name Sounds Like: The name of game teenage girls play during sleepovers.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Hydrangeas. Okay, probably not, but you have to admit it'd be a pretty good dare for the fragrance company.
What It Actually Smells Like: Creamy tuberose, lilies, and carmelized amber.
Perfect Consumer: What more is there to say than the absolute obvious: you're a Material Girl? Strike a pose!
14. Natalie Portman
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Miss Dior Cherie by Natalie Portman
What The Name Sounds Like: The possible name one might name their French Poodle.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Success (that's the smell every Oscar-winner carries around with them).
What It Actually Smells Like: Mandarin orange and wild strawberry.
Perfect Consumer: You come across as completely shy and often like to keep to yourself. You prefer reading over watching TV, collect obscure little knick-knacks, and own an absurd amount of potpourri. You're very easy going and tend to never sweat the small stuff. You're favorite ballet performance is Swan Lake.
15. Eva Longoria
Fragrance Name/Celeb: EVAmour by Eva Longoria
What The Name Sounds Like: What a fancy restaurant might be called on Wisteria Lane.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Apples, of course!
What It Actually Smells Like: Pink lady apple and red currant (told ya).
Perfect Consumer: Isn't this one pretty obvious....Housewives (you don't have to be desperate ones though).
16. Kim Kardashian
Fragrance Name/Celeb: True Reflection by Kim Kardashian
What The Name Sounds Like: A mirror.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Paper (nothing smells sweeter to a Kardashian than the smell of a headline).
What It Actually Smells Like: A sweet blend of plum and peach.
Perfect Consumer: You're the type of person who loves being the center of attention even if it's for negative reasons (like "accidentally" getting a tattoo on your butt that says "the party starts here"). You're a member of a big family who spends way too much time together, and yes, you watch all the Kardashian shows.
17. Selena Gomez
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Selena Gomez by Selena Gomez
What The Name Sounds Like: Selena Gomez
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Selena Gomez
What It Actually Smells Like: Selena Gomez
Perfect Consumer: Selena Gomez (hey, if she isn't going to be creative then why should we?)
18. Kate Moss
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Vintage by Kate Moss
What The Name Sounds Like: A wine garden.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: A fancy red wine like Cabernet sauvignon
What It Actually Smells Like: Pink pepper, freesia, and mandarin.
Perfect Consumer: Nothing would make you happier than coming home from work, curling up with a good book and a full glass of wine. You believe in relaxation and enjoying the finer things in life. You are not a New Yorker.
Next: Are you a Purr-fect fragrance?19. Katy Perry
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Purr by Katy Perry
What The Name Sounds Like: An animal noise.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Knowing the creator, probably candy canes, cotton candy, and every Skittles flavor imaginable.
What It Actually Smells Like: Forbidden apple, gardenia, peach, and coconut.
Purrfect Consumer: Your bold, daring, and never afraid to try something new — like changing the color of your hair several times a year. Your bubbly and fun, but you always seem to be attracted to the wrong kind of man (i.e. jerks). Music is your creative outlet.
20. Jessica Simpson
Fragrance Name/Celeb: I Fancy You by Jessica Simpson
What The Name Sounds Like: A pickup line
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Baby powder. After being pregnant for what seriously felt like 15 years, I can't help but associate her with anything but babies.
What It Actually Smells Like: Apples and lilies with musk-like undertones.
Perfect Consumer: You're extremely family-oriented and have been planning your wedding day since you were old enough to tie your mother's white veil tablecloth to your head. Children are a definite must in your future and you cry every single time you watch Terms of Endearment.
21. Avril Lavigne
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Forbidden Rose by Avril Lavigne
What The Name Sounds Like: An L.A. nightclub where Bachelor/Bachelorette rejects go to hang out and/or hook up.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: If I had to guess...roses.
What It Actually Smells Like: Oddly enough, not like roses. But there are hints of vanilla and peach.
Perfect Consumer: You like going against the grain and surprising others with your unpredictability. If someone tells you not to do something then it's pretty much a guarantee that you're going to do it. You're rebellious and probably have several different tattoos and piercings. Odds are you're a teenage girl.
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Outspoken by Fergie
What The Name Sounds Like: The word I most often associate with my high school cousin.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: If we're lucky, Josh Duhamel.
What It Actually Smells Like: Kumquat, blackberries, and passion flower.
Perfect Consumer: You have a tendency to speak your mind, but only when it involves something that's really important to you. You're not afraid to stand up for the people you love, but also it's because you love to be right all the time. You like many of the mainstream bands mostly found on the Billboard Top 20 list, which includes the Black Eyed Peas. You're either a lawyer or the judge of a singing competition.
23. Kylie Minogue
Fragrance Name/Celeb: Couture by Kylie Minogue
What The Name Sounds Like: A clothing store where a pair of pants costs more than my college tuition.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Money.
What It Actually Smells Like: Cherry and vintage violet with a hint of vanilla.
Perfect Consumer: You believe that self importance is in direct proportion with how much money you have (or at least pretend to have). Think of it like those Straight Talk "Feeling Richer Effect" commercials. You don't wear anything that doesn't have a label on it. You also like to pretend that you're friends with celebrities.
24. Hilary Duff
Fragrance Name/Celeb: With Love by Hilary Duff
What The Name Sounds Like: The name of a greeting card store. Do those places even exist anymore?
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Disneyland
What It Actually Smells Like: Mango blossom and amber musk.
Perfect Consumer: You're an innocent soul who still believes in finding true love. Cheesy romantic comedies are your bread and butter, and you own at least one poster of Zac Efron (guilty). You also secretly enjoy Lizzie McGuire reruns.
25. Elizabeth Taylor
Fragrance Name/Celeb: White Diamonds by Elizabeth Taylor
What The Name Sounds Like: The place where all exquisite wedding rings are born.
What We Think the Perfume Smells Like: Something simple yet classy.
What It Actually Smells Like: Violet, rose, and jasmine.
Perfect Consumer: You're an older, sophisticated woman who is just as beautiful as you are elegant. You've fallen in and out of love several times in your life and have been married at least three times (perhaps even to the same guy twice). You carry the philosophy that newer doesn't always mean better. You enjoy listening to jazz and watching old black and white movies.
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June 19, 2012 1:16pm EST
After topping off his decade-long turn as the heroic Harry Potter in 2011's Deathly Hallows Part 2, Daniel Radcliffe set out to prove himself adept at every conceivable type of performance. He took on horror in The Woman in Black. He mastered comedy on Saturday Night Live. He'll doubtlessly excel in the Beat Generation drama, Kill Your Darlings, in which Radcliffe embodies iconic writer Allen Ginsberg. All forms of acting covered, he's now out to conquer the world of music in the impressive new one-take video for Slow Club's song "Beginners."
Of course, Radcliffe is only the latest actor to get in the music video game. Watch the "Beginners" video, and check below for a list of other big and small screen performers who have taken up partnership with a powerful melody.
Shia LaBeouf in "Fjögur Píanó" by Sigur Rós
Johnny Depp and Natalie Portman in "My Valentine" by Paul McCartney
Kirsten Dunst in "We All Go Back Where We Belong" by R.E.M.
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June 18, 2012 1:30pm EST
The quartet are among the favourites in People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' 12th annual contest.
Other celebrities up for this year's title include Peter Dinklage, Venus Williams, Diane Keaton, Michael Clarke Duncan, Lea Michele, Jason Schwartzman and past winners Prince, Natalie Portman, Leona Lewis, Tobey Maguire and Kristen Bell.
The contest runs until 27 June (12) on the animal rights organisation's website PETA.org.
June 16, 2012 7:31am EST
Are you suffering from the effects of June Gloom? It's the worst when it rains in the summertime, right? Oh, you're actually enjoying a warm, sunny summer? Well then, you're in need of some ammunition for a few summer cocktails, my friend.
Luckily, Hollywood has been busy giving us plenty of reasons to pop open a tall boy or get the blender going (hey, we have to find money for all that AC somewhere, right?). Here are the worst things that happened in Tinseltown this week:
Charlize Theron Just Made Us Painfully Aware of How Much More Fabulous She Is Than Everyone Else
The woman is rocking a buzzcut. A BUZZCUT. We put up with it when Demi Moore shave her head and still looked like a fox. We even made peace with the fact that Natalie Portman was even more beautiful without hair. But here's where we draw the line. How are we normal people supposed to live like this? Oh. We could not shave our heads? I guess that'll do.
We Actually Liked the Dallas Reboot... and So Did Most of America
Don't tell our moms. Then we'll have to explain how much Jesse Metcalfe's shirtlessness had to do with it.
You Cannot Afford the Fabulous Clothes From The Great Gatsby
You want to know the number? Are you sure? I don't think you do. It's out of your price range. I guarantee it. But if you must, click and reveal the number at your own risk.
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Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman Are Clearly Trying to Make Us Jealous
The Revenge real-life couple made out in public. On a beach. Looking svelt in their swimwear. You were probably in an office. Under fluorescent lights. When you saw the photo. Life is unfair.
True Blood is Going to Be Even More Like The Vampire Diaries Because TV is Testing Us
How do we make America smarter? Force them to play a never ending game of whatever you call trying to decide what's different between two photos in the back of a Highlights magazine.
We Spent Two Weeks Agonizing Over the Fate of Glass House and Everything is Going to Be Fine
Some of us (ahem) even read lengthy legal docs for (ahem) some other people. CBS, couldn't we have just accepted that TV audiences love reality shows and just got along in the first place?
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Lindsay Lohan Just Scared the S**t Out of Us
For approximately 15 minutes, the internet worried that Miss Lohan had seriously harmed herself. Luckily, it turns out she was just suffering from "exhaustion." Don't you do that to us again, Miss Lohan. Our little hearts can't handle it.
One Mini-Sarah Palin, Comin' Right Up!
Apparently, Bristol Palin (Teen Mom: Politics Edition) wants to get into politics... just like her mother. Get ready to endure some serious parody, little lady. The only question is, who will Tina Fey appoint to play Bristol on SNL?
Game of Thrones Made Us Very Uncomfortable This Week
When it was revealed on a DVD commentary that they did, in fact, use a prosthetic head resembling former President George W. Bush to put on a spike next to Ned Stark's former cerebral center.
There Still Isn't Enough... Exposure in The New Magic Mike Trailer
How are we supposed to get a real idea for the film if the cuts are so speedy? Oh, we have to actually see it? Well, let us prepare the Jackie O sunglasses, headscarves, and lengthy excuses for purchasing our matinee tickets like "I hear it's Matthew McConaughey's best acting in years" or "It's Joe Manganiello's breakout role!"
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